12 Results for author: mattevenden

The Appeal of Silence

Last year Nigel appeared in his own play, THE APPEAL OF SILENCE. Review: "This is a script that took us quite by surprise as it refuses to conform to expectation and tears itself from the constraints of frothy romcom to roar and writhe as a maddened meditation on homophobic bullying, full of fire and fury" Beatie ... More

Shilling and Sixpence Investigate

Last year, Nigel appeared as D.I.Cribbage in his own audio series, SHILLING AND SIXPENCE INVESTIGATE, starring Celia Imrie and David Warner, now available from Audible. ★★★★★ 5 Star ratings from Audible Download from here More

My Gay Best Friend

MY GAY BEST FRIEND is a heart-warming, ultimately moving exploration of friendship, co-written and performed by Nigel Fairs and Louise Jameson. It was first performed in 2012, when it won an Argus Angel Award during the Brighton Festival, and has since been performed around the world, including Off Broadway and ... More

The House

In 2017, Nigel played Martyn, a New York dentist, in THE HOUSE, for the Theatre company KatAlyst in a UK tour. The play is a social satire focusing on two couples – one who are selling their beloved family home and the other who are buying it. All seems well as contracts are signed, but as the drinks start flowing ... More

Emmerdale

Nigel played Dr Kenny in Emmerdale, a scene from the show can be seen in his current showreel. More

House of Ghosts

Nigel toured as Inspector Morse in HOUSE OF GHOSTS with Baroque Theatre. You can read an interview with him here. Production photos: More

To Kill a Canary

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Didn’t You Used to Be Derek Jacobi?

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In Conversation With An Acid Bath Murderer

IN CONVERSATION WITH AN ACID BATH MURDERER tells the chilling true story of John George Haigh, the infamous 'Vampire killer' of 1949. It was first performed by the Classic Reaction Theatre company in 1999 at the Brighton Festival, transferring to Norwich Playhouse later that year. In 2010 it was revived by 368 Theatre ... More

Love’s the Thing

"high quality theatre... a wonderful afternoon." Eastbourne Herald LOVE'S THE THING was a celebration of William Shakespeare, compiled by Nigel Fairs. Inspired by the Jane Austen novel "Mansfield Park", the evening took the form of a 19th Century "private theatrical", in which the arrogant Edmund, his stoically ... More